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CJ Designs 1090/1190/1290 LC8 Clutch Cover Reviews

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Rainier_runner

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Work of art really doesn't begin to explain what this piece looks and feels like in your hands. It's absolutely gorgeous! The machining is flawless, and the anodizing is perfect. Visually i don't know what else a guy could ask for. 

 

All that being said, and as much as I love bling, I did it all for the nookie! Heh? Really, a Limp Bizkit reference? Nah. I ultimately bought this piece for the added protection. The stock clutch cover seems paper thin, and fragile. The CJ Designs cover is very robust and seems bulletproof. I also like the fact that I can see whats going on, what the oil looks like, etc. It's a window into the motor. 

 

The install was simple. I set my bike on its left side, removed the 5 bolts, and pulled the cover. The worst part was switching over the oem gasket. Upon removal I stretched it some. It took some very careful coaxing to get it in the new cover. I'm sure this was my bad. After this I tossed the cover back on and torqued everything back down. Easy peasy. Hold, I lied. The worst part was picking my pig up by myself. Good think I can deadlift a 70's Buick.

 

The whole process took about 15 minutes. That was with messing with the gasket and the help of my 5 year old. I'm sure the 10 minutes CJ quotes is very realistic if your ready to go with the correct tools and what not. 

 

Overall I can't advise this piece enough. Whether your into the bling, or your into the protection and inspection capabilities, it can't be beat.

 

Keep making cool s#!t CJ! I'll keep buying!

 

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